Authorities Seek Assistance in Morris Plains Robbery


The Morris Plains Police Department Calls for Assistance in Identifying Suspects Involved in Recent Sephora Robbery at Kohls Department Store.

Morris Plains, NJ - The Morris Plains Police Department urgently requests community support to identify two individuals implicated in a robbery on Sunday, January 28, 2024. At precisely 7:14 PM, the suspects targeted the Sephora section within the Kohls Department Store at 1711 Route 10 East, stealthily taking merchandise valued at nearly $1,700.

The confrontation escalated when the suspects were intercepted by store employees during their exit. One suspect, characterized by a black hat and jacket, brandished a box cutter before both fled the scene. Their getaway car, a black Chevrolet Impala, was noted as their mode of escape.

This incident is not isolated; the same duo is linked to additional thefts at Kohls locations in Newton and Roxbury, with the stolen goods surpassing $5,500 in value. The Morris Plains Police are piecing together these related crimes, highlighting a concerning pattern of retail theft across the region.

Community members with any information or who may recognize the suspects or their vehicle are encouraged to come forward. Your cooperation is vital in ensuring the safety and security of our local businesses and residents. 

If you have any information, content The Morris County Sheriff's CrimeStoppers at, or 973-COP-CALL or use the free "P3 Tips" App on your mobile device. No one will ask your name, and you could receive a reward of up to $1,000.

The pursuit of these individuals underscores the broader challenge of retail theft, impacting not only the stores but the community's sense of safety and well-being.

In these efforts, the police emphasize the importance of vigilance and community partnership in combating crime. If you have any relevant information, you are urged to contact the Morris Plains Police Department. Together, we can work towards a safer Morris Plains.

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